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Justin Hall televangelism with Michelle Krasowski 20 December 2015 - additional details on the Telethon here: http://links.net/daze/16/02/29-televangelist-streak-for-the-internet-archive.html During a 24 hour campaign to raise money for http://archive.org a home to the digital commons, the Internet Archive, web storyteller Justin Hall showed up to help boost donations to this worthy cause. Rather than screen his film overshare: the links.net store (available at http://overshare.links.net)...
Topics: internet archive, the internet archive, the future of human knowledge, the libraries of the world,...
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Feb 4, 2016 Justin Hall
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Japanese people tend to celebrate New Year's Eve quietly with friends and family. That leaves a few large public gatherings. This short video explores four activities in Tokyo on New Year's Eve: visiting the Meiji shrine (before the crowds), parading as a fox to the Oji Inari Shrine, visiting Tokyo Disneyland overnight, and joining a probably illegal dance party in the streets of Shibuya. This latest episode of the Justin Hall Show employs conventions of Japanese television to celebrate New...
Topics: Tokyo, New Years Eve, Parties, Celebration
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Aug 11, 2015 Justin Hall
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How did it become normal to share from our personal lives on the public internet? This documentary overshare: the links.net story looks at the limits of one person's desire for online attention.  Hello, my name is Justin Hall and I've been sharing my personal life in explicit detail online for over twenty years. Starting in 1994, my personal web site Justin's Links from the Underground has documented family secrets, romantic relationships, and my experiments with sex and drugs. overshare: the...
Topics: internet history, web history, wired magazine, Mosaic browser, Justin's Links from the Underground,...
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Free software pioneer Richard Stallman shares his vision for righteous software with independent storyteller Justin Hall, during a visit to the Internet Archive in San Francisco in March of 2014. Earlier this month, I had a chance to sit down with Richard Stallman at the Internet Archive. Stallman helped make Unix broadly available, Unix which now powers powers much of the web. He also wrote Emacs, which is my favorite Unix text-editor. Now this pioneering software developer has dedicated...
Topics: freedom, software, open source, GNU, unix, linux, cannibalism
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From the iCommons iSummit in Rio de Janeiro, June 2006, Cory Doctorow describes his experience with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), hinting how average users and citizen journalists can have a big impact at seemingly monolithic untouchable institutions.
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Open Source Physical Objects: Limor Fried and her x0xb0x Synthesizer - a conversation between hacker/artist Limor Fried ("Lady Ada") and Joi Ito with Phil Torrone of Make Magazine. Fried talks about her popular x0xb0x synthesizer kits, and the increasing elaborate revisioning of the product that's coming from her users. With Ito and Torrone, she proposes that this is a promising model for "open source physical objects" - extending the permitted hackability of software to...
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One evening's interviews with people in Austin, Texas for South by Southwest: Interactive. Here Joichi Ito interviews Eric Steuer of Creative Commons; Wagner James Au, of Second Life; Mike Hudack of blip.tv; Trei Brundrett with Forward Together (Mark Warner); Doc Searls; Halley Suitt of toptensources.com. The camerawork and editing by Merci Hammon and Justin Hall. This is the first experiment taping Joichi Ito's travels and conversations in technology culture.
Topics: creative commons, videoblogging, south by southwest, sxsw, mark warner